Humanities Institute

Workshop Schedule, May 2018

Health & Humanities Pop-Up Institute

Monday, May 7 

1 PM

Keyword discussions:

Health (facilitated by Andrew Dell’Antonio, Elizabeth Lewis, Steve Steffensen)

Narrative (facilitated by Brad Love, Richard Peters, Pauline Strong) 

 

2 PM

Flash presentations & workshops:

1. Keri Stephens, “Interprofessional Communication and Technology”

2. Michael Mackert, “Opioid Response in Texas”

4. Sara Simons, “Destigmatizing Mental Illness among Preservice Teachers”

5. Clare Callahan, ”Health Literacy”

 

3 PM

Flash presentations & workshops:

1. Marisa Toups, “Interaction between Faith, Mood, and Health in Chronic Diseases”

2. Abena Dove Osseo-Asare, “History of Medicine Methodology Overview”

3. Veronica Young, “Building an Interprofessional Community Engagement Program for Students”

4. Amanda Gray, "Tejana Caregiving: Patchworks of Care and Narrative Threads"

5. Pauline Strong, “The Role of Humanities in an Adaptive Intelligent Health System”

 

Wednesday, May 8

3 PM

Concept paper working groups:

1. Interdisciplinary research (facilitated by Barbara Jones, Michael Mackert, Pauline Strong)

2. Teaching and curriculum (facilitated by Phil Barrish, Steve Steffensen)

3. Humanities & clinical practice (facilitated by Carrie Barron, David Ring, Stephen Sonnenberg)

4. Community engagement (facilitated by Virginia Brown, Theodore Held, Chelsi West Ohueri)

 

Monday, May 14

1 PM

Flash presentations and workshops:

1. Phil Barrish (with Julie Minich), “Literature, Medicine, and Health Policy”

2. Virginia Brown, “Community Consent”

3. Nicholaus Christian, “Community First! Village: Health Issues Encountered"

4. Luann Wilkerson (with John Bedolla), “Film as a Vehicle for Teaching the Patient Experience”

5. Suzanne Seriff, “Folk Arts and Community Health”

 

2 PM

Keyword discussions:

1. Health Justice (facilitated by Virginia Brown, Tracie Harrison, David Heckler)

2. Resilience (facilitated by Carrie Barron, Gloria González-López, Theodore Held)

3. Community (facilitated by Madhavi Mallapragada, Madison Weigand, Chelsi West Ohueri)

 

3 PM-4 PM

Pedagogy workshops:

1. Medicine: Close Reading and Expressive Writing (led by Phil Barrish)

2. Global History of Disease: Course Overview (led by Abena Dove Osseo-Asare)

 

Wednesday, May 16

3 PM-4 PM

Concept paper working groups:

1. Interdisciplinary research

2. Teaching and curriculum

3. Humanities & clinical practice

4. Community engagement

Monday, May 21

3 PM-4 PM

Pedagogy workshop: Difficult Dialogues

Facilitated by Barbara Jones, Gloria González-López, Suzanne Seriff, Pauline Strong

1. Race & Health

2. Medicine and the Humanities

3. Interprofessional Collaboration

 

Wednesday, May 23

 1 PM

Keyword discussions:

1. Empathy (facilitated by David Ring, Phil Barrish)

2. Value/Values (facilitated by Virginia Brown, Robin Richardson)

3. Patient-centered and Relationship-centered care (facilitated by Carrie Barron, Barbara Jones, Rebecca Teng)

 

2 PM

Pedagogy workshops: Ray Williams, Art-based pedagogy

 

3 PM

Four pillars concept paper working groups:

1. Interdisciplinary research

2. Teaching and curriculum

3. Humanities & clinical practice

4. Community engagement 

Wednesday, May 30

8 AM-5 PM 

Health and Humanities Symposium